Satya Nadella And Reddit GM Erik Martin Are Now Part Of Microsoft Imagine Cup Jury Team

Microsoft Imagine Cup

Microsoft has announced that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is now part of the jury team for the Imagine Cup student competition finals. Along with Satya, Reddit GB Erik, and founder Hadi will be their three VIP judges who will welcome Imagine Cup students from around the world on their visit to Seattle. Microsoft has partnered with University of Washington, where the students will be staying in the school’s latest high-tech living spaces during World Finals 2014.

Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella, will be at World Finals to judge the best student projects. Satya was just 25 years old when he first joined Microsoft, two years after completing his Master’s degree in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and he’s now risen all the way to CEO. With his forward-thinking, cloud-first approach Satya is already making waves in the technology industry as he drives Microsoft towards a bold future.

Satya will be joined by Hadi Partovi, the founder of education non-profit which helps kids learn programming. Hadi is a Harvard graduate with a long career as an entrepreneur, angel investor, and strategic advisor. He co-founded Tellme Networks and iLike and has advised companies including Facebook, Dropbox, airbnb, Zappos, and many more. With, Hadi has introduced the basics of programming to tens of millions of students around the world.

And our third special guest judge is Erik Martin, the general manager of internet phenomenon Erik is a graduate of Tulane University and was a documentary filmmaker and videographer before he entered the technology field. In 2012 TIME Magazine named Erik one of the 100 most influential people in the world and with the success of Reddit’s “Ask Me Anything” series the site has only grown in popularity and cultural significance.

Source: Microsoft

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